I'm looking forward to broadening my experience with CCA and working with the great people employed at the Stewart facility," says Stone. "It's an exciting new assignment for me.
Lumpkin, GA (PRWEB) November 21, 2012
CCA, America's leader in partnership corrections, recently named Stacey N. Stone as warden to the Stewart Detention Center. Stone assumes the position from Mike Swinton, who has been appointed to Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at TransCor America, LLC.
As warden, Stone will oversee the independently accredited 1,700 bed facility located in Lumpkin, GA. Formerly the warden at the North Georgia Detention Center, where he managed 160 employees and oversaw the facility's activation in 2009, Stone sees his new post as an exciting opportunity.
"I'm looking forward to broadening my experience with CCA and working with the great people employed at the Stewart facility," says Stone. "It's an exciting new assignment for me."
Stone first joined the CCA team in 2005 as chief of security at CCA's McRae Correctional Facility in McRae, Georgia,, where he swiftly rose to the position of assistant warden. Throughout his time at CCA, Stone has exhibited strong leadership and dedication to serving the community where he works.
Prior to working for CCA, Stone spent nine years with the Georgia Department of Corrections. In 2003, Stone received the Governor's Public Safety Award for Heroism. Previous to his 16-year career in corrections, Stone served in the Georgia Army National Guard for 12 years.
About Stewart Detention Center
CCA's Stewart Detention Center is located in Lumpkin, GA. The facility has been owned by CCA since 2006 and has earned independent accreditation by the American Correction Association, which represents the national gold standard for professional correctional management.
CCA is the nation’s largest provider of partnership corrections to federal, state and local government, operating more than 60 facilities, including more than 40 company-owned facilities, with more than 90,000 beds, in 20 states and the District of Columbia. In addition to providing the residential services for inmates, CCA facilities offer rehabilitation and educational programs, including education, vocation, religious services, life skills and employment training and substance abuse treatment. For more information, visit: http://www.cca.com and http://www.ccacommunities.com.